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: that was senator barrasso from yesterday. sebelius is on the hot seat this week testifying on what has been an unmitigated disaster. jonah goldberg, leads our coverage, editor-at-large, "national review." good morning you to. you've been studying this over the weekend. another crash overnight. what happened this time? >> this is one of the contractors, the data services hub which provides information to the insurers and to other government agencies, it went dark and sent everything into a sail spin. they say they will try to fix it as quickly as possible. bill: republicans are talking all weekend. they believe this is the just the tip of the iceberg. if that is the case, what's beneath the water? what's next? >> sure. first of all there is the i.t. problem here is enormous. they sent the mars rover to mars with 500,000 lines of code. this website has 500 million, which is 1,000 times more. it's a huge mess. most i.t. experts on the record, all of them off the record saying there is no way they will get this done by november. moreover, a lot of criticisms republicans have made, conservatives
and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. as we've been watching all morning long, marilyn tavenner has been trying to answer all of these questions to the best of her ability. when it comes to the affordable care act, one of the biggest ones being is how many people have actually enrolled. we know that there have been a lot of different hits on the different websites, but they won't have accurate numbers of enrollees in coming up mid-november. at least that's what we learned this morning. we have a lot to talk about this hour but i want to start off with nbc news investigative correspondent lisa myers who joins our conversation and dr. cory herbert from the lsu health sciences center. lisa, let me start with you because you had your exclusive report out explaining why so many millions of americans were getting cancellation notices. explain what your reporting has learned. >> basically we were trying to get our hands around what was going on out there and we looked strictly at the 14 million people getting their insurance from the individual market. they are getting cancellations or
texas joins us minutes away. bill: tomorrow is a huge day. at this hour, kathleen sebelius appears before congress. chair of the hearing republican congressman from michigan, fred upton, he will join us later this hour in "america's newsroom" about the leading question he has for kathleen sebelius and a whole lot more. including did the president ask for a preview of the website before the website went live? how does it work? what would i see if i logged on? all that is coming up. martha: that is a question we've been asking for a while. it will be interesting to hear the answer to that question from kathleen sebelius. did he ever sit down with you and say, how does this work. let's run it. if not, why not. >>> the president did not u.s. was secretly spying on dozens of leaders including the s.e. phone of german chancellor angela merkel. that raises more question this morning about what the president knows what is going on in his own administration. wendell goler is live at the white house. wendell there seems to be, according to all of these stories, when you stack them next to ea
sebelius to clear this up so people do not believe they are abandoned and have nothing and better explanation of what process -- and to wen daul's point that a sliver of people impacted in this way would go through? >> it's hard to know. you'll see kathleen sebelius tomorrow. the president will be in massachusetts tomorrow as well talking about health care. the fundamental problem here is that you had a president who went out on the stump when he was campaigning and talking about health care who over and over and over again said if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan. it seemed now that isn't true. we had a lot of stories starting to flood the zone here at this point with people saying their premiums are going up, they've been canceled from the health insurance plans they had and liked. people saying that they get obama care, the doctor that's actually in their -- in the hospital isn't actually taking these plans. the problem is there isn't counter stories about successful signups from obama care, so this administration has a real problem on their ha
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tak-- sebelius talks. >> we want her to talk to us before she leaves office. >> we are talking about kathleen sebelius, she was last night the laughing stock of america. sho she is lost credibility. >> did president obama know his own five were bugging world leaders including angela merkel? a new report says no. they say the nsa ended the program after a white house review. a german source sites an nsa source that claims the president did know everything as far back as 2010 and gave the go ahead to boost surveillance. they reacted with this statement general alexander did not discuss with owe bambina -- ob? 2010 nor has he ever discussed operations involving chancellor mirac merkel. >> the island for immigrants will once again see visitors again. ellis island was closed for almost a year because of super storm sandy. more than 1 million photographs remain in storage while buildings are being fixed and upgraded. >> super storm sandy does not play favorites destroying everything from new york city to small towns on the coast. after it was all said and done sandy left 24 states impacte
sebelius will testify to another house panel dominated by republicans. >> mike viqueira in washington. israel released 26 palestine prisoners. their release is part of a deal calling for the eventual freedom for more than 100 detapees that have been behind bars for more than 20 years. the first 26 were released in august. israel's supreme court cleared the way for their release in a way to move piece talks forward. stefanie dekker reports from ramallah. >> there's around 5,000 palestine prisoners left behind bars. this group is part of 104 which are part of the pre-oslo accord prisoners, arrested before or during 1993. when that is done, there's around 5,000 prisoners behind bars. anyone here will tell you people have been in and out of prison quite a lot. every day there'll be an israeli army incursion to the occupied west bank. people are being released. people are being brought back in. it's a revolving door, i think. president abas says there'll be no agreement without all palestine prisoners released. it's something that is rather optimistic. we are already seeing the conflict in
night live," you may have lost america. the hits on obamacare, they keep coming. and kathleen sebelius keeps testifying and the problems are revealed. first one, the obamacare website still not working this morning, it crashed totally yet again last night and in all 50 states, nobody can sign up. according to verizon, the crash is being blamed 0 a network failure and a troubling sign. the vast majority of people who successfully signed up are using the website to get medicaid, look at kentucky, out of 20,000 new enrollees 82% from were medicaid and 87% signed up for medicaid and the list goes on. this means that people are signing up for free health care and if young, healthy people are not getting private plans and putting their money into the system, obamacare collapses. and we have the list of democrats urging an extension of open enrollment growing, fast. ten senators signed a letter to the president pushing for extension beyond march the 31st, and all that this monday morning, and it's not just obamacare in the news though, i've got 30 seconds worth of climate change headlines for
before the house oversight committee, and on wednesday kathleen sebelius testifies before the house energy and commerce committee. and republicans say the web site failures are just more evidence obamacare is unsustainable. >> this is an incompetent rollout, symptomatic of a liberal ideology that believes government should be running our health care. i think this is just the tip of the iceberg. eventually, they'll fix the internet problems. >> reporter: democrats have also criticized it, hoe they say the government -- though they say the government will eventually fix the problems. administration officials say the site should be working for most by the end of next month. back to you. dagen: rich, thank you so much for that, rich edson in washington, of course, we will be watching that, and here with more is tevi choi, good the see you as always. what's the point of having these hearings? what's going to come out of them that amounts to anything in terms of getting this thing up and runningsome. >> well, that's a good question. you always wonder if there's any benefit to be had to th
,000, 21,000 are in medicaid. 5,000 are in qualified health plans. >> reporter: secretary kathleen sebelius who will be on the hot seat over all of this at a congressional hearing wednesday was already the butt of the opening segment of "saturday night live". >> not working and breaking and sucking. well, tonight, i have a number of friendly tips to help you deal with those technical problems. for example, have you tried restarting your computer? >> reporter: the real secretary sebelius will be testifying on capitol hill wednesday. and the president is planning what might be a little bit of a distraction. he's going to boston that same day where he's going to compare this rollout to the rollout of mitt romney's health care plan in massachusetts. bret. >> ed henry on the north lawn. thank you. while millions are still unable to learn the nuts and bolts of the health care exchanges from the government's troubled website, some people up to no good may actually be learning more about you. correspondent peter ducy tells us how that works. >> reporter: the system is down at the moment. that's wha
kathleen sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, will be testifying before that panel. we'll get a preview from fred upton. at 6:00 p.m., we'll have special coverage, a special report on obama care. thanks very much for watching. "news room" with brooke baldwin continues right now. >> wolf, thank you. great to be with you. i'm brooke baldwin. we continue here today. the world wants answers. right now this congressional hearing is underway. when you look at some of these pictures, this wasn't too long ago, these protesters here in the back of this room. they're holding up signs as the head of the nsa and the president's top intelligence chief are both there to testify as anger and suspicion grow over accusations of widespread u.s. spying. the worst of it, tapping the phones of u.s. allies. >> we, all of us in the intelligence community, are very much aware that the recent unauthorized disclosures have raised concerns that you've alluded to, both here in congress and across the nation, about our intelligence activities. we know the public wants to understand how its inte
to healthcare.gov. >> today health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will testify on capitol hill. it will be a grilling i'm sure. so far the hearings have turned up plenty of finger pointing. ko im is live on capitol hill with more on this story. >> reporter: good morning. this is going to be secretary sebelius' first appearance since those state-based health exchanges started on october 1 and this comes as there's a growing number of republicans calling for her to step down. she follows yesterday's hearing when maryland -- the medical chief largely responsible and also the one who dealt with the contractors who built the site. she told lawmakers yesterday she's sorry. >> the website has not worked as well as it should. >> reporter: she also acknowledges the problems are there but says they're fixable and will be by the end of november. another administration official telling news reporters that basically it's clear that there was not enough testing. back to you. >> we've been talking about who will have insurance and now we're hearing about cancellation notices that are reaching
services secretary kathleen sebelius on wednesday will testify in a house hearing. the administration's first apology for the failures came tuesday, from the head of medicare, marilyn tavenner. she said this most problems will be fixed by the pd of november. >> america's spy chief denies reports that the nsa secretly eaves dropped on thousands in spain and france. keith alexander says they didn't conduct illegal activity, and told a house intelligence committee, that he would rather face a media bashing than give up a program that could stop a terror attack. >> one year after superstorm sandy, officials say more work is needed to rebuild. the hurricane caused $55 billion in damage. >> the dow jones hit a high on wednesday, closing up. investors are expecting the federal reserve to scale back plans in relation to the bond buy-back program. "consider this" is up next. >> one year after the superstorm sandy the eastern seaboard is still recovering. after billions were pledged for the recovery why are so many people still homeless and why has so little of the money basketbalbasketballbeen
health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will testify. on sunday, healthcare.gov was knocked offline. service has been restored. >>> also on capitol hill, the directors of the national intelligence agency and the nsa will appear in front of lawmakers as outrage over spying accusations continues to grow. the nsa reportedly tapped into the phones of about 35 world leaders, including german chancellor merkel. sources differ on when the white house learned of the phone taps of foreign leaders. >>> chris brown now a free man after that weekend brawl we told you about yesterday that led to his arrest. >> a judge reduced the charges against the 24-year-old singer. we'll tell you why he could still face a lot of legal trouble. [ laughter ] smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq. why would i take one pepcid® when i could take tums® throughout the day when my heartburn comes back? 'cause you o
kathleen sebelius will appear before a house committee tomorrow. the house energy and commerce committee, that is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. eastern. a couple of other hearings to mention, this afternoon, national intelligence director, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will appear before a house committee tomorrow. the house energy and commerce committee, that is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. eastern. a couple of other hearings to mention, this afternoon, national intelligence director, james clapper along with nsa director general keith ellison xander will testify about the nsa surveillance program following recent revelations that the agency spied on foreign leaders and that will be live on c-span three afternoon at 1:00 30. -- at 1:30 p.m.. the mother of trayvon martin is one of the ones testifying on stand your ground defense laws calling for states to qualify their standards which vary and are applied inconsistently. this is live coverage on c-span. >> young trayvon martin sought to defend himself because i strongly suspect that mr. zimmerman could not apprehend any law
secretary kathleen sebelius, today's hot seat belonged to medicare administrator, marlin tavenner, the federal official who oversees the new health insurance exchanges. and she became the first senior official to apologize for the troubled rollout. >> to the millions of americans who have attempted to use healthcare.gov to shop and enroll in health care coverage, i want to apologize to you, that the website has not worked as well as it should. i want to assure you that healthcare.gov can and will be fixed and we are working around the clock to deliver the shopping experience that you deserve. >> now, you didn't think that would be enough for congressional republicans, did you? no, indeed. they have already moved on to their newest, latest favorite line of attack. >> if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. is that a true statement? >> the white house.gov website says if you want to keep the health insurance you've got, you can keep it. and now they're being told they can't. that's a lie. >> yeah, that's the one. the claim that millions of americans are losing the insura
that. secretary sebelius is not happy about that. that is why we have dedicated these focus resources to fixing the existing problems. >> reporter: existing problems and now an extension with a six- week extension. of course you have until the end of march to sign up. some republicans and some democrats now are joining together to talk about maybe having a one-year postponement. meantime the medicare chief largely thought to be responsible for the launch of healthcare.gov will be testifying late other capitol hill. secretary came lien sebelius -- secretary kathleen sebelius will be in the spotlight tomorrow. >>> voters in virginia will be electioning a new governor in one week. the gender gap for the main party candidates, "washington post" survey gives democrat terry mcauliffe 51% of the vote and republican ken cuccinelli 39%. however, among men, cuccinelli has a slight lead, 45 to 44. for the women, mcauliffe leads 58 to 44 percent. the poll has a margin of error of 4.5%. >>> to get the votes, the candidates are bringing in some high profile supporters. president obama now plans to
for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she is set to appear before a congressional committee this week. she will testify about problems with the rollout. the glitches are blamed for low enrollment. congress said she should step down if she can't firm the problems with healthcare.gov. >> the president has been poorly served in the implementation of his own signature legislation, so if somebody doesn't leave and there isn't a real restruckuring, not just a 60 day, somebody come in and try to fix it, then he's missing the point of management 101, which is these people are to serve him well and they haven't. >> before sebelius is grilled by congress, there will be a house hearing on tuesday. >> at least 66 people are dead after a wave of bombings across iraq. bombers struck shiite neighborhoods and baghdad sunday. there were more than 10 blasts, some car bombs. they are the latest in a surge of violence that has killed over 650 people this month and more than 5,000 this year. >> new video has surfaced showing last month's attempted assassination of egypt's interior mini
sebelius will be questioned about the problem-plagued on line exchange. she will be the most high profile figure to testify on the rolling outout. it will be her first time on capitol hill since the october 1 launch of the website. republicans have called for her resignation, but president obama said he still has faith in her. >> penn state university is getting ready to pay out $60 million to victims of former football coach jerry sandusky, announcing settlements with 26 accusers. this comes more than a year after sandusky was accused of 45 counts of child sex abuse and sent to prison for life. penn state president rodney erickson called the settlements another step forward in the healing process for victims. >> a surprising study of college campuses finds repeat rapists often go unpunished. >> he wasn't suspended. >>? >> he wasn't expelled? >> no. >> school predators going from one victim to another. why law enforcement have such a hard time bringing them to justice. >> where are you guys one year later? >> basically exactly the same place we were the day after the storm. >> the insuran
. mr. president, the president should ask the secretary of health and human services kathleen sebelius to resign her position because of the disastrous rollout of obamacare. taxpayers have spent $400 million to create exchanges, but after three and one half years still don't work. as a result, the white house had to announce last night that the key enforcement mechanism to their individual mandate, a $95 fine that increases every year, will be waived until the end of march of next year. that's fine for those currently without insurance. but for the millions being forced into the exchanges and losing their current insurance, there's no relief. just higher prices. a likely lapse in insurance coverage. a broken web site. and broken promises. we already know of 1.5 million americans are losing their policies because starting january 1, many insurance policies that they now have will not be legal under obamacare and because the exchange will not be working, they won't be able to choose another policy. this chart gives an example of what's going on. just in three states: california, florida
approach. meanwhile health and human services secretary katherine sebelius will receive grilling also, her first appearance on capitol hill since the website launched on october 1st. there are members of congress calling for her head on a platter. >>> the nation's top intelligence leaders are going to be facing top questions when they head to capitol hill today. james clapper the head of national intelligence head keith alexander are both set to testify before the house intelligence committee, erica ferrari has our story. >> a bipartisan group of lawmakers, curtail the national security agency's indistric indiscriminate,. >> james sensenbrenner. , provides stronger restrictions against who the nsa can target when it comes to spying and require the government to delete information it collects accidentally, more aggressively than it does now. the bill reportedly has a dozen co-sponsors in the senate and 70 in the house. meanwhile senator dianne feinstein, the democratic head of the intelligence committee, in a statement feinstein said i am totally opposed to nsa surveillance of u.s. allies.
and human services director kathleen sebelius will be appearing to do the same. cgi, the main contractor developing the website may have warned the obama administration that it wouldn't be ready to go live on october 1st. either way this is what we know as of now. it needs until the end of november to fix the technical glitches on healthcare.gov . two months after the launch. all right, so now what we have to figure out is what happens after that. it's not really about the launch that's the most important thing. what the issue is what people are going to end up paying. to compensate for the delay the penalty >> maybe a good thing. i don't. >> what dubonnet? >> well, what i mean is the following. look, let's start with the big picture. the big ping is most americans. vast majority of americans get health insurance from their employer or from the government. for those folks nothing changed on january 1. we're really drilling down to a relatively small slice of americans 6% who buy their insurance on their own. of that population half of which already have insurance that is better than the
they get their insurance through their employer, medicare, or medicaid. now, secretary kathleen sebelius is on the hill for the first time tomorrow since the rollout and will face tough questions. brian? >> lisa myers starting us off from our d.c. newsroom tonight. lisa, thanks. >>> and now we turn to the continuing outrage from the reports that the u.s. has been spying on friends and allies, including foreign leaders themselves for many years now. today, top u.s. intelligence officials defended their operations and said in effect, everybody is doing it. our chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell has our report. >> reporter: under fire from the moment they walked in, the intelligence chiefs were confronted by protesters about their spying on angela merkel and other foreign leaders. >> will we apologize to angela merkel? >> reporter: but america's spy agencies were not apologizing to anyone claiming instead that all countries spy. >> some of this reminds me of a lot of the classic movie "casa blanca," my god, there is gambling going on here. it is the same thing. >> do you be
the glitches in the next month. >>> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius spent more than three hours answering questions about the rollout of the affordable care act. even as she testified before a congressional committee, the healthcare.gov site showed an error message. second base speb told everyone to held her accountable and he is was responsible up until this. >> while it's great you're a team member and taking responsibility, it is the president's spobs. >> usually -- whatever. yes. he is the president. he is responsible. >> it should be fixed by the end of november and she said she didn't see a need to enroll the -- extend the enrollment period. >>> one of the contractors behind the been side said the site wasn't fully tested and said a complex schedule wouldn't allow it to test properly. that lack of testing raised concerns within the administration. officials worried that the lack of testing posed a high security risk to the site and they tried to row assure members of congress that personal information entered into the site is secure. >>> weather wise, not bad. had sh
? >> this is genius, by the way. >> brian kelsey. is he a state senator. handed kathleen sebelius "website for dummies." >> someone who is so -- like, greg, if it were you or me or anywhere at this table and someone tried to hand us that, we would look at them and go, are you out of your mind, i'm not taking that. she takes it and pictures are snapped with her holding "websites for dumb ydummies." they really need to get rigd he, clean house. cgi, wow, are they lost, completely in the weeds. november, good luck, there's no chance -- >> i had a dream about sebelius -- >> you have weird dream also. >> she was in a floral pantsuit and i thought she was the queen of england. >> okay, on that note -- >> trying to get a job with hillary clinton 2016. >> please, move on. >> coming up, some important races on this election day eve, including here in new york city where bill demazo -- >> oh, gosh. >> it's true. he's up 40% over the republican. the republican is that guy on right, joe. >> lhota. >> thank you. that's the problem. what does president obama -- no, the problem is i don't know his name. what is obam
services secretary kathleen sebelius testifies and in an exclusive interview with fox business, committee's chairman, fred upton, congress may be investigating the website construction for some time. >> we'll continue to work on it. we'll see what answers the secretary has on wednesday when she he testifies and see where it takes us. we're not done. >> upton also says the administration's credibility is look lacking at it reassured the exchange would be up and running by beginning of this month. the white house says the administration is focused on fixing the site. it is improving every day they say, and charged republicans with playing politics. back to you. adam: rich edson in washington, thank you, lori. lori: affordable care act rocky rollout to drive our next guest's to call the president's creditability into question, as rich edson was reporting to us. karl rove, former advisor to president george w. bush and fox news contributor. welcome to the show, karl. >> thanks for having me. lori: what is your take here? what is going on with the administration? what is the real story? >> i d
theft. what else are we going to learn this week, mr. president, when secretary sebelius testifies in the house tomorrow? will she actually open up? will she tell people the truth? will she give them the real numbers? or will she not admit to what is actually going on and refuse to answer the questions? how much worse does the obama administration's incompetence get? what will it take for the president to admit that his health care law has been a train wreck and that he'll have to delay it for at least a year? we know he's going to have to do it at least eventually. there is no way awful these problems will going to get fixed quickly and he's going to have to delay the individual mandate shall naindz says every american must buy, have, and prove they have health insurance and who's the enforcer? the i.r.s., the internal revenue service. the president should just go ahead and do it now and also delay all the other parts of the law, not just the mandate. it's time for president obama to really come clean with the american people about what his administration knew and then come to the
priority is you. go to usps.com® and tr today. >>> secretary of health and human services kathleen sebelius said this week that president obama did not know about the healthcare.gov's technical problems until after the launch, in a statement she delivered from under the bus. >> yes, when "saturday night live" makes your signature legislation a weekly punch line, that's never a good thing. and it could get worse as congress prepares to hold hearings tomorrow on the troubled rollout. bertha coombs with the latest on the as obama care turns saga. >> feels like a soap ra, doesn't it? house officials are holding daily briefings on healthcare.gov but short on details. the federal data system was down much of sunday due to an outage provided by verizon's unit. it affected all of the states as well. now, on the conference call today, spokespersons for cms didn't say what caused the verizon server fail you're or how they're prooevening it from happening again. we don't know if it happened because of one of the fixes that tripped it up. last week testifying before congress, the contractor who built t
sebelius under extreme pressure over obamacare on-line issues is set to testify this week. when begin tonight with jeff pegues in washington, jeff? >> reporter: jeff, the rollout is not, of course, gone as planned for the white house and for customers it's been frustrating as well. here in washington there appears to be growing consensus that those potential customers should get a break. with the white house working on website repairs, members of both parties are now talking about delays in implementing parts of the affordable care act. new hampshire democrat jeanne shaheen a supporter of the law is leading an effort to let the deadline for enrollment to slide. >> the rollout has been a disaster so what i am proposing is we extend the period in which people can enroll. >> reporter: in a letter to the department of health and human services shaheen and nine other democrats say extending the enrollment period would give consumers valuable time to choose a plan best for them. republicans have similar ideas. louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> it's harder and harder for them to justify wh
. kathleen sebelius, the person in charge of the botched health care rollout, is testifying on capitol hill today. she's expected to blame the contractors who built the problem-plagued website. yesterday, for the first time, the obama administration issued a direct apology for healthcare.gov. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. >> she was also grilled about a wave of cancellation notices hitting small businesses and individuals who buy their own insurance. she said people who get those notices will be able to find better replacement plans on the web site and, in some cases, for cheaper. >>> on the other side of the capitol, another high-profile hearing. the senate judiciary committee heard testimony on the state's controversial stand your ground laws. sabrina fulton, trayvon martin's mother, told the panel the laws don't work and their purpose should be clarified. she said florida's stand your ground law emboldened george zimmerman to kill her son, when was not committing any crimes. >>> in northern california more than 1,000 people marched to
. >> kathleen sebelius says the buck stops with her. >> and free after three years in captivity, these four french hostages are going home. ♪
the decision not to release the numbers until november when kathleen sebelius said she didn't know. so this woman basically admitted they did know, they're just not releasing it. dennis: okay. >> why did sebelius say -- do. dennis: all right, allan? >> look, i wish we had single payer. a lot of people who don't agree with obamacare are some on the left who would like a more progressive program. medicare for all would have been simpler. this has been marketed really badly because people don't understand it. dennis: yeah. marc, do you think at this point we're going to be able to fix this? what's going to happen next? >> well, the problem is what they've done is they intentionally engineered this system where people are going to be, millions of people are going to be involuntarily taken out of their plans, but what they didn't count on, the rub is that the web site isn't working. and so what the problem is now, the people who are getting forced out of their insurance can't get new insurance on the exchanges. we're going to actually have on january 1st millions of people without insurance
sebelius, health and human services secretary, praised the website. the problem reportedly was fiched fixed and the site was back up and running. >>> two oklahoma convicts still on the run after a breakout, from the detention center early yesterday. two men were captured in a convenience store. two others are still in the area. they broke into the crawl space above the shower and made it out the door. joie chen is telling us what's coming up on america tonight. >> week long focus sex crimes on campus. tonight the many campuses we visited in reporting this story okaoccidental, a surprising numr of attackers are serial offenders responsible for most of the attacks on campus. why experts say that has just got to change. >> which way are they going to go? are they going to go the route of the complicate churc catholie they going odo better? are they going to show that they can respond to this with honesty and with a commitment to do the right thing? >> chris bury will report on the serial rapist, our first report on sex crimes on campus. on america tonight. >> thank you joie. uruguay may be the
and this is obviously a question with kathleen sebelius. it is potentially more of a question with general alexander but the confluence of the two, i think makes this a bigger and more glaring issue for sort of the president's credibility. >> right. unfortunate, but also coincidental, right? i don't think we connect these two things and say this president wants to be in the dark about things. this president is so hands off. >> i'm just trying to imagine what charles would say about this confluence if george w. bush were in the white house. >> i think that these two things are actually, in fact, separate things. i think that -- first, they are completely different agencies and time lines. the nsa thing has been happening over a very long period of time. the website issues happen over a much shorter period of time when they were rolling it out, the government was shut down. the president was distracted by the idea of trying not letting the country going into default. >> oh, h -- >> come on, ross. but they are separate things but you are right you take your lumps. they do happen at the same time and pe
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and human services secretary kathleen sebelius missed an extended deadline set by house committee to turn over documents about the healthcare.gov website and could trigger a congressional subpoena from republicans. >>> lindsey graham is trying to hold up all nominations for federal positions until the outpost in benghazi appear in congress. they say they sent someone there on the night of the attack. the white house is accusing republicans of playing politics with the issue. >>> secretary of state john kerry may travel to egypt in the coming weeks we hear. it would be his first trip there since president mohammed morsi was ousted by the military last summer. ties between washington and cairo have been strained since then. the u.s. recently withholding $260 million in cash aid and military weapons pending egypt's progress on democracy and on human rights. >>> they are picking up the pieces this morning after one of the most powerful storms in years, which has battered great britain and western europe. at least 13 people were killed. pretty amazing pictures here. hundreds of thousands left
sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, she's marilyn tavennar's boss. she testifies tomorrow. >> that will be a good one. there are now several published reports that millions of americans who currently have health insurance have been told they cannot renew their current plan. now this contradicts what the obama administration has previously said. david shuster is here to do that for us. >> tony, president obama has repeatedly said that for those who like their healthcare insurance they'll be able to keep it, but the reality for many that is not true. insurance companies have had to make adjustments to comply with the healthcare law. and state after state they're being forced to change their plans. insurance companies must meet basic minimum standards called essential health benefits. there are ten of these benefits that must be covered, doctor visits, emergency care, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care. many are receiving cancellation letters if their policies lack some of these standard. the people most affected by the cancellation are those who buy insurance by the
and fixed. this is one more huge thing that needs to be fixed. >> kathleen sebelius testifying behalf committee you're on, and a lot of your colleagues are saying, she should go. should she? >> she is going face an awful lot of frustrated members of congress tomorrow because the folks we represent are frustsed as hell. they're sick and tired of folks overpromising and underdeliverring and the exchanges is a part of a strength of promises. >> back patting politicians still back patting but others are getting kicked anywhere not so padded backs. how does that make these sandy victims feel? they're next. >>> everybody sitting around the table has made this a number one priority and this continues to be any number one priority. >> governor christie, governor cuomo and major bloomberg, want to praise them for their work. >> i can't thank the president enough for his personal concern, and for being here and the input be has had. >> want to thang the congressional delegation because part of the reason we can respond quickly to all this is because they helped make sure that fema financing was
sebelius faces intense grilling from congress on the rollout debacle of healthcare.gov. and president obama heads to boston to talk up the program. >>> remember the movie "casablanca"? the leader of nsa intelligence likens the wire tapping controversy to the film. >>> and a wine shortage predicted for our future. >>> only minor injuries from this crash. >>> a woman plans to give
too. so we thank ryan for going in the field. according to kathleen sebelius, it's not her fault she can't enroll in medicare, that's just the way the law is written. >> if it was possible for you to forego your government insurance -- >> i don't -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> if you had affordable -- if you can, will you? that's a yes or no. if you can, will you? >> i will take a look at it. >> that's not an answer. >> if she really wants to go under the obama care exchanges, of course she can. you know what? she doesn't want to and that's why he isn't. neither is president obama and his family. when the cook won't eat what comes out of the kitchen, that tells me something might be wrong with what's on the plate. the reason that americans don't want it -- >> mike doyle says that obama care will save him him money because he won't have to pay for his son's health care any more. his son is a full-grown man. >> my kid is 33 years old. he is eligible for a subsidy. we browsed that sight, and he can get coverage for half of what he is paying now and that's good news for us because i
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have to be forced into something else? >> now, health secretary kathleen sebelius is expected to testify on capitol hill this week, about the problems plaguing the online healthcare site. >>> a dry fall evening. beautiful look outside. any chance that things will warm up later this week? for all the trick or treaters? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram is live with the mobile weather lab. but first, bob is updating today's conditions. >> we have really nice weather headed our way, believe it or not. we're looking at 65 degrees. sunny skies for the most part. 63 in ocean city at elkton. and also, cumberland, and oakland at 54. dew points low. very, very dry air. we're 5 degrees warmer now than we were yesterday at this time. everybody, several degrees warmer than we were yesterday. but there's a slight cooling headed our way for tomorrow. this morning, it was chilly again. third day, we had frost across the region. 33 at the airport. 33 in elk con. -- elkton. and 30 in cumberland. what do we have coming our way tomorrow? meteorologist
for the resignation of health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she'll take the hot seat on capitol hill tomorrow, answering yet more questions about the troubled healthcare rollout. >> reporter: derek, thank you. >>> you can get unbiased information about healthcare options and enrollment systems by calling healthcare access call center, alt 1-877-223, 5381. >>> news. delegate don dwyer was injured in a car accident this morning. according to his attorney, a driver ran a red light at magathy bridge and hit dwyer's cadillac. he was injured, sought medical treatment. but the extent of his injuries we do not know yet. just last week, dwyer was sentenced to six 60 days in jail, for driving and both under the influence. >>> new details about what happened the moments before a murder-suicide in anne arundel county. >> reporter: denise, officer christopher robinson, did not use his service weapon, when he shot his ex-girlfriend and a city firefighter. robinson's family said he was trying very hard to move on from his relationship with marie hartman. he even went out on dates friday and saturda
kathleen sebelius, while the president plans to defend it in boston. >>> a group of sheriff's deputies in frederick is bringing about change in the state. >> the state has formed a new commission to form interactions with people with disability. ethan saylor died during a confrontation. they were trying to remove him from a movie theater, despite protest from the aide who was with him. it includes public safety officials, prosecutors, agencies and advocates for those with disability. >> a grand jury declined to indict the sheriff's deputies in ethan saylor's death. >>> a baltimore firefighter and his girlfriend did not use his service weapon. police say 37-year-old christopher robinson killed andrew hoffman and marie hartman, in hoffman's house, before taking his own life. family members say he was unable to get over a breakup. >>> president obama's twitter account was hacked. although the account it was was not compromised. a group claimed responsibility saying, quote, obama doesn't have any ethical issues with spying on the world account so we took it upon ourselves to return the fav
kathleen sebelius, about the embattled healthcare rollout. we're live, wjz eyewitness news. >> derek, thank you. you can get unbiased information about health plan options and enrollment assistance, by calling healthcare access call center. >>> in montgomery county police are investigating two bank robberies in rockville. police say both robberies occurred in morning but they're not believed to be related. the first took place at a sun trust bank, where a man with a handgun demanded money. the second happened at a wells fargo branch. police say two suspects entered the bank. one fired shots. the two men left the bank empty handed. no one was injured. >>> an honor student at morgan state university files a complaint after he says he was kept out of a national fraternity because he's gay. he said he has text messages between current members to prove his allegations. wjz is live at morgan state in northeast baltimore. rochelle ritchie is there and has more on the latest. >> reporter: the student said he felt the complaint with morgan state university, after he received evidence of racial and g
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